Hudud al-'Alam, The Regions of the World
V. Minorsky
 

§ 46. Discourse on the Country of Mirvāt

East of it are some mountains, and some of the Khazarian Pechenegs (Bachanāk-i Khazar); south of it, some of the Khazarian Pechenegs and the Gurz Sea; west of it, some parts of the latter (ba'ḍī daryā-yi Gurz), and the Inner Bulghārs; north of it, some of the latter and the V.n.nd.r mountains. They are Christians and speak two languages: Arabic (tāzi!) and Rūmī (Byzantine Greek?). They dress like the Arabs. They are on friendly terms (yārī kunand) with the Turks and the Rūm. They own tents and felt-huts (khudāvandān-i qubba va khargāh).
 

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